British Sexploitation/Sex Comedy. Lord Wingate, aquitted after appearing in court for fraud, starts up a 'finishing school' to teach girls how to extract money from rich men, in return for ... See full summary »
A sophisticated London fashion columnist takes a job with a small-town publisher and "moral crusader", much to the dismay of her rich, jealous boyfriend. The "crusader", however, turns out to be not quite what he says he is.
Dr. Mark Davidson (John Neville), government scientist, meets a mysterious woman and is married quickly. He knows little of her past. His government superiors want to know more about his ... See full summary »
Joe (Robin Askwith) and Carol (Janet Lynn) decide to leave their small village and head down to London for work. Joe fails to find any work but Janet enrolls as a fashion model. As the naive couple begin to enjoy the nightlife of London they are drawn ever deeper into a world of drink, pornography, drugs and prostitution. Their decline into the seedy side of London s nightlife takes them into swinging parties, immoral earnings and filmmaking; threatening to push them over the edge. Will the couple continue on the path of no return - or can they find a way out of their nightmare?Written by
PUBLIC NOTICE - CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION - Dirtiest Girl I Ever Met will be shown complete and uncut. but due to the censorable nature of this film, the age of the girl and the people involved, the producers have agreed to the following: No one under 18 admitted. Ficticious names will be used. This notice will be displayed at theatre so patrons will be aware of the film's shocking content. See more »
Glamour photographer Tommy Sanders, played by Derek Aylward, is based on Mayfair magazine's Philip O. Stearns. The photo-shoot scene was filmed at Stearn''s own studio, and stills appeared in Mayfair in July 1970 (issue 05/7). See more »
The couple board a Hastings line narrow bodied DEMU (diesel electric multiple unit) train at Etchingham, bound for London Charing Cross, have sex on a 4-COR EMU which operated between London Waterloo and Portsmouth, and arrive at London Paddington. They say they came from Oakham (in Rutland), so would have come into London St Pancras or London King's Cross. See more »
Disclaimer in opening titles: "This story is true but actual names & places are fictitious". See more »
Somewhat interesting cautionary tale(or tail if you prefer) about a young couple leaving the barrenness of their humdrum lives behind in a small English village and going to the big city - a really swinging London in the late 1960s. What they find is that work is hard to come by unless you are really willing to shed your inhibitions and your clothes. While the story probably resonates much of the real-life atmosphere of the culture of that time, the film bogs down really into one sexual scene after another - none of them particularly effective or redeeming in any way. And though the film is considered a black comedy - I think of it really more as a bleak one. I found so little humor in the film. Director Pete Walker - who would go on to do some pretty expressive and decent films of the horror/exploitation genres in the 70s - has obvious skill with the camera. The pace, sets, and dialog are all generally well-conceived for a film of this kind. The two primary acting leads are actually pretty good too as is most of the supporting cast. Watch for Stubby Kaye in a small role! But the end comes on so hard-handed and without warning as to be any bit believable though the film does try to have some moral to this constant parade of sexual encounters surrounding a youngish Carol and her openness to sleep with virtually anyone for a few bob.
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